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Merkel to address Kristallnacht ceremony at Berlin synagogue

Merkel to address Kristallnacht ceremony at Berlin synagogue

Event will commemorate 80th anniversary of Nazi terror that led thousands of Jews to fleeAngela Merkel, the German chancellor, will address a ceremony at a Berlin synagogue to mark the 80th
'She touched him': Acosta row engulfs social media

'She touched him': Acosta row engulfs social media

Trump backers and opponents dissect video of flashpoint at White House press conferenceIt lasts barely a couple of seconds, but the video of a White House staff member trying to take a microphone from
Q&A: Malcolm Turnbull accuses Liberal conservatives of 'blowing up' his government

Q&A: Malcolm Turnbull accuses Liberal conservatives of 'blowing up' his government

Former PM says he complained to Rupert Murdoch about coverage and that Kerry Stokes warned him Murdoch was hostileMalcolm Turnbull has declared his removal from the prime ministership remains an act
Quakes, mudslides, an active volcano: inside the world's riskiest city

Quakes, mudslides, an active volcano: inside the world's riskiest city

Due to its unparalleled exposure to natural disasters, Manizales in central Colombia is globally recognised for its innovative approach to prevention and responseOn the evening of 13 November 1985,
David Davis: don't fear no-deal Brexit despite inevitable 'hiccups'

David Davis: don't fear no-deal Brexit despite inevitable 'hiccups'

Former Brexit secretary dismisses talk of food and medical shortages as ‘nonsense’David Davis, the former Brexit secretary, has insisted leaving the European Union without a deal is not a frightening
Stacey Abrams v Brian Kemp: inside the bitter battle for Georgia's soul – video

Stacey Abrams v Brian Kemp: inside the bitter battle for Georgia's soul – video

The winner of the midterms race to become governor of Georgia has yet to be declared, with Stacey Abrams, vying to become the first female African American governor, trailing Brian Kemp by just under
Dutch man, 69, starts legal fight to identify as 20 years younger

Dutch man, 69, starts legal fight to identify as 20 years younger

Motivational speaker Emile Ratelband compares bid to alter age to gender changeA 69-year-old Dutch “positivity guru” who says he does not feel his age has started a battle to make himself legally 20
'A Farage in every country': Barnier warns of existential threat to EU

'A Farage in every country': Barnier warns of existential threat to EU

Brexit negotiator urges pro-EU forces to defend the fragile union against populist forcesThe European Union’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has called on pro-EU forces to defend the fragile union
Police at scene of California bar shooting – video

Police at scene of California bar shooting – video

Helicopter footage shows the aftermath of a shooting at the Borderline country and western bar in Thousand Oaks, southern California, where injuries were reported Continue reading...
Malcolm Turnbull on Q&A: leadership plotters 'effectively blew up the government' – politics live

Malcolm Turnbull on Q&A: leadership plotters 'effectively blew up the government' – politics live

Turnbull delivers no-holds-barred account of Liberal leadership turmoil. Follow it live 10.49am GMT Well then, that was quite the hour.Not in terms of surprises. I don’t think there was anything in
Tesla names new chair to replace Elon Musk

Tesla names new chair to replace Elon Musk

Robyn Denholm, one of two female directors on the board, assumes her new role immediatelyTesla has appointed Robyn Denholm as chair of its board, replacing the electric carmaker’s billionaire founder
Thousand Oaks shooting: gunman kills 12 at California western bar

Thousand Oaks shooting: gunman kills 12 at California western bar

Police believe gunman Ian Long, 28, shot and killed himselfGun used in deadly shooting was bought legally, police sayEverything we know about the gunman so farTwelve people have been killed in
UK nuclear power station plans scrapped as Toshiba pulls out

UK nuclear power station plans scrapped as Toshiba pulls out

Firm’s nuclear arm to wind up next year and scrap Cumbria plant leaving big hole in UK energy plansPlans for a new nuclear power station in Cumbria have been scrapped after the Japanese conglomerate
'The last free space': protesters find escape from Nicaraguan repression in church

'The last free space': protesters find escape from Nicaraguan repression in church

Catholic church has provided sanctuary since the earliest days of the uprising in the country, in which hundreds have been killed As mass concluded in Managua’s Metropolitan Cathedral, chants of
7,000 UK households still watching TV in black and white

7,000 UK households still watching TV in black and white

TV Licensing reveals hotspots across the country where monochrome remains kingMore than 7,000 households in the UK are still watching television in black and white, more than 50 years after the advent
Caught, gutted, sold: the final days of Dakar's traditional fish market

Caught, gutted, sold: the final days of Dakar's traditional fish market

With a new €2m fishing quay due to open in Senegal’s capital in February, has modernity finally come for the Soumbedioune fishmongers?Photographs by Xaume Olleros for the GuardianIt is not the
ABC journalist Ashleigh Raper details allegations against Luke Foley

ABC journalist Ashleigh Raper details allegations against Luke Foley

NSW Labor leader has previously denied he harassed reporter at 2016 partyAn ABC reporter has alleged that the New South Wales opposition leader, Luke Foley, put his hands inside her underpants at a
Bernie Sanders says midterms prove progressive can win the White House

Bernie Sanders says midterms prove progressive can win the White House

Senator warns of Trump’s ‘demagoguery 101’ but tells the Guardian he has not decided whether to run in 2020Bernie Sanders has declared that the midterm election results show a clear path for a
Samsung should try imagining a world where big firms respect workers

Samsung should try imagining a world where big firms respect workers

Two years after migrants working for global electronics firms in Malaysia complained of labour abuses, change seems slowThink of your favourite gadgets and appliances, and it’s likely some of them
Awkward Apec fashion: what world leaders wore – in pictures

Awkward Apec fashion: what world leaders wore – in pictures

From Driza-Bone coats in Australia to tunics dubbed ‘Star Trek suits’ in China, the annual Apec summit is renowned for staging awkward photoshoots with global leaders. Here’s a rundown of some of the